Testing suspicions

Have you had the feeling something isn’t quite ‘right’ but you can’t figure it out. Or you know something’s wrong but you need some evidence to convince someone else. When strange and unexpected things happen and the explanations you’re given aren’t feasible, then our app can help you get to the truth.

Here are some examples we have come across:

  • A mother suspects her daughter is being abused by her partner but she denies it.
  • A relative or professional has power of attorney over a friend or relative but money or objects are ‘going missing’ and they either won’t speak to you or they don’t give a credible explanation.
  • A child’s behaviour is out of keeping and disturbed and you just can’t get to the bottom of it.
  • Someone who is close to you has a serious problem but they don’t want to say what it is.
  • A partner is behaving in an odd way and suspicious way.
  • A business partner or employee is living in circumstances beyond his/her means and it’s not clear where the money is coming from.

OnRecord securely saves your evidence of anything that you think might be significant. Having been uploaded in encrypted form to our secure database, your records can be searched, sorted, analysed, shared confidentially with chosen people or organisations or downloaded to go into reports or statements. By showing the pattern of your records over time you can prove whether you are right in your suspicions and reveal the true nature and extent of the problems. Or it may be that it becomes clear and there isn’t a problem after all. If it turns out that your ‘feeling’ is right your records will prove crucial.

If you suspect someone is lying to you, you can keep a record of what you’re told and when. When you learn something that contradicts what you have been told, keep a record of that too. You can backdate entries and upload any supporting evidence such as photos, videos, voice recordings or documents, which will be stored together in chronological order and located for place. You can use the app in whatever way suits you, so you can compare the information and piece together what’s actually going on.

In a domestic abuse situation a group of family members may all contribute to recordings. If you help the victim to acknowledge what is happening, your records will be useful to a support worker or the police. If something really bad happens it may be that your records help the police with a prosecution.

When you build a picture over time, for example if you are uncovering a fraud or deception, and when you add supporting evidence such as bank statements, photographs and records of inconsistent comments or events, you can finally get people to take you seriously and act on your concerns.

Your records might show you were wrong or it may be that your records just help you decide what to do. Either way they will help you to sort things out in your head, give you peace of mind or provide the means to do what’s right for you.